Microsoft's launched-but-not-yet-ready compatibility tool isn't the only stab the company made Tuesday to help resuscitate Windows Vista's tarnished image.
The company also launched a program that offers free support to small businesses willing to make the move to Vista.
Microsoft Windows marketing executive Brad Brooks told those attending Microsoft's partner conference on Tuesday that the company is trying to put a different face on the 18-month-old operating system.
"Today, we're making a statement," Brooks said. "We're drawing a line right here on this stage that we're going to do things … Read more